Development of a device for the measurement of biological tissue optical properties using the single Monte Carlo method
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A honeycomb probe was designed to measure the optical properties of biological tissues using single Monte Carlo method. The ongoing project is intended to be a multi-wavelength, real time, and in-vivo technique to detect breast cancer. Preliminary experiments using a larger probe showed good reduced scattering coefficient agreement. Further experiments will be performed to improve on the honeycomb probe design based on the range of parameters intended to be measured.
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Bendele, Travis Henry (1998). Development of a device for the measurement of biological tissue optical properties using the single Monte Carlo method. Texas A&M University. Available electronically from